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'COVID generation' of students falling behind, northeastern Ontario teachers worry about achievement gap
CBC News sent a questionnaire to education professionals across Canada to find out how they and their students are doing in this extraordinary school year. Nearly 9,500 responded, including dozens in northeastern Ontario who shared concerns with some promise for the future.
Porter looks to resume flights July 20, month later than tentatively set
Porter Airlines hopes to have its planes back in the sky the third week of July, about a month longer than its previously announced restart date.
Ontario's top doctor speaks with COVID-19 vaccine appointments opening for those 18+ starting Tuesday
Ontario is opening up eligibility for COVID-19 vaccines to everyone aged 18 and older a week ahead of schedule, the province said Monday.
COVID-19 by the numbers in northeastern Ontario — vaccinations and cases in our area
An updated file on the COVID-19 vaccination rollout and case counts in northeastern Ontario.
'Pent-up demand' for travel expected to help tourism in northern Ontario once stay-at-home order lifted
Tourism experts in northern Ontario say there's pent-up demand for travel, and once the province's stay-at-home order and other travel restrictions lift, the summer tourism season should be busy.
'A dose is a dose'—Algoma appears to be behind on vaccinations, but has given out more second shots
Students display tech, trades savvy in Cambrian Innovation Challenge
Check out the gourmet doughnuts and desserts from this North Bay shop
101 Experiences turning northern Ontario passion into virtual adventures
Border not a big issue when it comes to community transmission in border town, Sault doctor says
OHL to drop the puck this fall for 2021-22 regular season
Sudbury police opening up about mental health, struggles on job
Attempt to toss out Robinson-Huron Treaty falls short in North Bay court
Over 150 people in northeastern Ontario charged with breaking stay-at-home order
U of S, Trent U professors to teach remaining Indigenous courses at Laurentian
'Heartbreaking grief' for outreach workers coping with loss to opioid crisis
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